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    Posted: 23 October 2016 at 3:57pm
I try to configure over wine -on ubuntu 16.04- the behringer programs for inuke amps and dbx xover...programs starts ok but i cant catch the usb input. does any one solve this before? cheers

please dont make me boot windows it make me so sad :D
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Install VirtualBox, add 2nd hard disk, create VirtualBox VM machine on 2nd hard disk.
Plenty of support Docs showing how to expose USB ports to VM.

If you have decent amount of memory (Min 8gb), and at least Core I5, will run Windows 7/10 very nicely.

Grown ups use VMs, not Wine. LOL
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I ran the above for a while (using Debian), then just got 2nd and third laptops, and installed Win 10.. For free... LOL
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Still getting 10 to install from scratch on old OEM 7 serials, or maybe I'm lucky?
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Originally posted by nickyburnell nickyburnell wrote:

Still getting 10 to install from scratch on old OEM 7 serials, or maybe I'm lucky?


When offer period was still open, I used Fresh '10 install image, then changed serial, to that on COA sticker on machine.

I only ever buy DELL laptops with '7 COA label. Embarrassed
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thanks to all replies ill try asap and ill let u know...ive vm installed yet ;) and an i7 with 6gb so i guess that i can try...
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Cool.

2nd hard disk & 8gb mem dedicated to VM makes all the difference.

However if you buy £130 i5 Dell laptop with 4gb mem & COA, that is even better/simpler.




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Originally posted by levyte357- levyte357- wrote:

http://www.howtogeek.com/266072/you-can-still-get-windows-10-for-free-with-a-windows-7-8-or-8.1-key/

LOL


Yeah, wish they'd shut up as it's entirely possible someone at MS forgot
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Buy crap box laptop, I have 2 Toshiba Tecra M5s for this, toss off Linux crap, it simply has no use once you need a GUI, deadbeat, non-achievers belt on allday about the amazing work arounds, whoopee f'ing do.

Since OsX died, (No current power platform, so face book only ) the world is left with windows, buy, learn, embrace, the linux thing ends at shell, once you try and play work with it you need "The dog ate my homework" on a macro key as you will never work at any commercial speed. 
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Originally posted by shagnasty shagnasty wrote:

Buy crap box laptop, I have 2 Toshiba Tecra M5s for this, toss off Linux crap, it simply has no use once you need a GUI, deadbeat, non-achievers belt on allday about the amazing work arounds, whoopee f'ing do.

Since OsX died, (No current power platform, so face book only ) the world is left with windows, buy, learn, embrace, the linux thing ends at shell, once you try and play work with it you need "The dog ate my homework" on a macro key as you will never work at any commercial speed. 


Bloody Amen.   Sad though, the beards would not let Linux evolve. Still sitting at the top of their protected tower at my local NHS apparently, coveting their UNIX knowledgeLOL  Meanwhile the minions are on XP

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what???
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